Norwegian Breakaway Cruise Review to Bermuda

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4-6 cruises

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1 out of 5

So Disappointed

Sail Date: May 01, 2016

Reviewed: 6 months ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Suite

May 1-8 on NCL Breakaway was a nightmare from beginning to end. Took a very long time to get boarding instructions, while waiting in line like cattle. Mini Suite was very small bed was on top on closet, and you had to walk sideways to pass front of bed. Room was run down and stained. Couldn't hear any announcements in our room. Food was equally horrific. On many nights we couldn't eat dinner. Things were so bad even the chef sent us a plate of fruit and chocolates. Although the thought was appreciated, the fruit was unedible. The buffet on deck 15 although plentiful, also not very tasty. Food was cold and they ran out of cups, coffee,and the soft serve usually wasn't working. The only two meals that were good were the French and Japanese. Debarkment was also a nightmare. We stood in line for hours, even though we showed up on our chosen time.  In case you care our room was 10192. First time on vacation we were so happy to be home.

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Way too small and old. See comments
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Get a refund



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